3 edition of Chitra Pritam"s expression of gratitude to Jamil Naqsh, 2010 found in the catalog.
Chitra Pritam"s expression of gratitude to Jamil Naqsh, 2010
Catalog of an exhibition of paintings by Chitra Pritam, presented by Artscene Gallery (Karachi) in 2010; includes brief critical essays.
Some in Urdu.
|Other titles||Expression of gratitude to Jamil Naqsh, 2010|
|Statement||[compiled] by Nadeem Zuberi ; curators, Shahzad Saeed, Amjad Saeed ; editing, Piaray Lal, Roop Mati|
|Contributions||Zuberi, Nadeem, Artscene Gallery (Karachi, Pakistan)|
|LC Classifications||ND1010.73.A-Z(Chitra Pritam).xA4+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||2010343487|
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Scene III has Chitra speaking with the gods again, so I would bring back the scenery from scene I, but I would have fire on the background screen to emphasis Chitra’s anger toward her own decision to become beautiful. Chitra says, “Ah, god of love, what fearful flame is this with which thou hast enveloped me!” (19).
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Buy A Dollop of Ghee and a Pot of Wisdom by Chitra Soundar, Uma Krishnaswamy from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: After Francesco Clemente’s Indian Miniature # The sun-face looms over me, gigantic-hot, smelling of iron.
Its rays striated, rasp-red and muscled as the tongues. I would not rate it very high in terms of poetic content(as was the case with a lot of Jagjit-Chitra ghazals especially the later years).
However Chitra’s voice and music makes it so beautiful. Meri zubaan se meri daastaan suno to sahi, Yakeen karo na karo, meharbaan suno to sahi.
Chalo yeh maan liya, mujrim-e-mohabbat hain.My palm print obsession continues my hallway is of course a shrine to it (see here) and it is now spreading to the living room and garden!.
Palm or leaf print cushions are my thing. I have had two Monstera print cushions from H&M Home for years (first picture) and now I have added these cute smaller ones with a lovely tropical bird (second picture, also from H&M Home and £ each)!Rishi Kapoor expresses gratitude to Usha Choski for translating his biography ‘Khullam Khulla’in Hindi Rishi Kapoor's biography Khullam Khulla has been translated by Usha Choksi.